New Books 5/29/17

Your great beach reads are in, along with the latest Patterson, Steel, Kenyon, Child, Quick, Chevalier, Thayer, Lehane, Caputo, Turow, Nesbo and much, much more!   16th Seduction by James Patterson Still reeling from her husband’s betrayal, Lindsay Boxer investigates a wave of possibly unnatural heart attacks claiming the lives of seemingly unrelated victims while […]

Summer Reading Program starts soon!

Join us this summer as we explore construction, art and science, while practicing cooperation in our effort to BUILD A BETTER WORLD. Kids will have an opportunity to challenge themselves during our programs as well as setting reading goals to earn prizes, coupons, and awards! The Summer Reading Program begins June 5th with special programs for […]

Will Rogers Middle School Art Show at the Library

Students in Michelle Logan’s classes are first class artists, and they can prove it.  Their art was on display at the library May 6th-13th. The 112 middle school students are in grades 6 through 8.  The artwork included various mediums, sculpture and subject matter.  Mrs. Logan commented “With all of the cut backs in education, […]

New Books 5/22/17

Books by a noted historian and a noted scientist, personal reflections on books and on life, political views, and a long awaited best seller by the author of The Girl on the Train are the latest new books available at the library.  Read more. American Spirit by David McCullough A timely collection of speeches by one […]

Children’s Community Garden

Gardening is fun and it’s all the more so if you involve kids!  According to Susan Patterson, 9 Reasons Every Child Should Help Grow a Garden, there are many benefits to gardening with children not the least of which is to get them to eat more vegetables.  It seems that the more we verbally emphasize the […]

New Books 5/8/17

Alternate worlds, dystopias, and intergalactic sagas top the list of new books for the week.   All Our Wrongs Today by Elan Mastai Living in an alternate world of flying cars, moon bases and plentiful food, aimless Tom Barren is blindsided by an accident of fate that leads to a time-travel mishap that lands him […]

New Books 5/1/17

Murder both fictional and true top the list along with books to better your life and candy recipes!  What more could you ask for…   The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins Using the science of habits, riveting stories and surprising facts from some of the most famous moments in history, art and business, Mel […]

New Books 4/24/17

This week’s books run the gamut from bloviators to cult leaders, from baseball to the environment, from mystery and suspense to historical fiction.   Burial Hour by Jeffery Deaver When the murder of a businessman has ties to a case in Naples, Italy, Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs don’t hesitate to join the search that […]

New Books 4/17/17

The taming of the Wild West, drug use in Nazi Germany, improving your health through eating and sleeping better, pursuing a meaningful life that involves kindness to others, and some great suspense, sci-fi, and mysteries!   All by Myself, Alone by Mary Higgins Clark Escaping the humiliation of her ex-fiancé’s arrest, gems expert Celia Kolbride […]

New Books 4/10/17

Newest books in series, books that discuss philosophy and the one big idea in science, a new feline detective, all the suspense you can stand, and more in this week’s selections!   Ageproof: Living Longer without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip by Jean Chatzky and Dr. Michael Roizen Two leading experts explain […]